Land Ownership 15% open

Angola

What data is expected?

Data should include maps of lands with parcel layer and display parcel boundaries in addition to a land registry with information on transactions of parcels of land. The assessment criteria were developed in collaboration with Cadasta Foundation. For more information on land ownership datasets and where they're located, see Cadasta Foundation's Data Overview](http://cadasta.org/open-data/overview-of-property-rights-data/).

  • Types of cadastre
  • Transaction history of parcel
  • Parcel boundaries
  • Parcel location
  • Data available for the entire country
  • None of the above

How open is the data?

All answers

Question Answer Comment
Available free of charge No
Downloadable Yes
Publicly available No
Openly licenced No No information about license is available
Up-to-date No Data is rarely updated. The last data uploaded was from 2015
In an open and machine-readable format PDF
Digital data No
Print data No
location http://www.mpdt.gov.ao/TodasPublicacoes.aspx - Ministry of Planning and Territorial Development
Collected by government Yes
findable_steps I went to the website of the Ministry of Planning and Territorial Development and then access two sections: Publications and links.
characteristics None of the above The data in the official website of the Ministry are mostly from the previous Ministry. It only contains demographic information of the county.
Controlled access No
Collector name Ministry of Planning and Territorial Development, Angola's Geographic and Cadastral Institute Ministry of Planning and Territorial Development changed its designation in the current mandate. It was previous known as Ministry of Planning. In addition there is Angola's Geographic and Cadastral Institute, inaugurated in 2003 according to this news entry: http://allafrica.com/stories/200305230137.html “The Geographic and Cadastral Institute of Angola, abbreviated as "IGCA", ensure[s] the implementation of the Executive's policy in the geographical and cadastral domains at national level.” Yet the IGCA does not have an own website.

Ministry of Planning and Territorial Development changed its designation in the current mandate. It was previous known as Ministry of Planning. In addition there is Angola's Geographic and Cadastral Institute, inaugurated in 2003 according to this news entry: http://allafrica.com/stories/200305230137.html “The Geographic and Cadastral Institute of Angola, abbreviated as "IGCA", ensure[s] the implementation of the Executive's policy in the geographical and cadastral domains at national level.” Yet the IGCA does not have an own website.

Meta data

Data location   http://www.mpdt.gov.ao/TodasPublicacoes.aspx - Ministry of Planning and Territorial Development
Data licence   Unknown
Data format   Unknown
Reviewer   Danny Lämmerhirt
Submitters   anonymous
Last modified   Thu May 10 2018 14:52:12 GMT+0000 (UTC)